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Pine Bluffs new Police Chief brings fresh ideas for town and community

The newest chief in town has some big ideas for Pine Bluffs along with keeping some of the status quo. New chief, Chance Walkama has been here for several years, but you may not know him since he has...

 

Pine Bluffs Town Council discusses the importance of "Census"

Monday's town council meeting hosted US Census Representative Stephanie Freeman. Freeman was here in town to stress the importance of participating in the census. For those that are unaware, much of...

 

Pine Bluffs Elementary students learn about fire prevention

A Presidential proclamation in 1922 started the annual Fire Prevention Week. Along with the month of October being recognized as Fire Prevention Month, Fire Prevention Week has been used to promote...

 

Burns Broncs vs Glenrock Herders

The Burns Broncs pulled out a win this last week against the Glenrock Herders. Although a non-conference game, this one was a rivalry that the boys had anticipated for a while. The last time the boys...

 

Pine Bluffs Hornets vs Big Horn Rams

Coming off of last weeks win, the Hornets suffered another defeat this week at the hands of the Big Horn Rams. Twenty minutes into the first quarter the Rams scored their first touchdown, and from there they had found their momentum. After three...

 

The Maschhoffs LLC hopes to buy out Smithfield Farms of Albin

Big changes are on the horizon for Smithfield in Albin. Bradley Wolter from The Maschhoffs LLC hosted a supper meet and greet on Monday for the people of Albin to come out and meet the potential new o...

 

Pine Bluffs Seniors learn how to avoid Financial Abuse

When my mother began forgetting things, telling the same stories over and over, I worried that she might be in danger of not being able to care for her finances the way that she used to. I was lucky...

 

Let's Go Fly a Kite!

Saturday saw the completion of the third annual End of the Trail Kite Festival. Despite the cold and the almost 40 mile per hour gusts that were not very kite friendly, the day went off without a...

 

Burns Broncs vs Wheatland Bulldogs

The Burns Broncs were able to dominate the Wheatland Bulldogs last Friday soothing the burn from the crushing homecoming game. Coach Morrison saw his team rise to the challenge and pull out a 42-7...

 

Pine Bluffs Hornets vs Tongue River Eagles

The Hornets came home from Tongue River with a win! The Hornets squeezed by the Eagles with a 16 to 13 win last Friday night, and it was a much needed lift to the season so far. #14 Donte Jacobsen...

 

Prelude to A Vampire's Ball

Before the kids go trick or treating, before the pumpkins get carved, and before everyone goes hog wild on the snack size candy, Cheyenne is hosting its first annual Vampire Ball and Bachelor...

 

Pine Bluffs Life Scout reworks bridge to earn his Eagle Scout badge

Pine Bluffs is working on getting its very own Eagle Scout. Aiden Asbury completed his Eagle Scout Project his weekend replacing the slats on the nature trail bridge at the rest stop. With the help...

 

Pine Bluffs Student wins State for 3rd Grade fiction

Emma Faust is a winner! This fourth grade student at Pine Bluffs Elementary brought home the state prize for third grade fiction in last year's Young Authors Contest. A young girl who loves to read,...

 

Learning at Senior Tech Day

Although I am confident that you do not have to be a senior citizen to have a problem operating your tech devices, todays workshop was a fun opportunity for Pine Bluffs High School students to...

 

Hornets vs Southeast

The Hornets saw another defeat this past week with their homecoming game against Southeast. The Hornets are struggling with holding on to the ball and their offensive game needs to be shored up in...

 

Burns Broncs vs Buffalo Bisons

The Broncs suffered a resounding defeat on Friday during their homecoming conference game against the Buffalo Bisons. The Broncs struggled to keep the ball, and couldn't seem to make it to the end...

 

2019 Ag Expo

Once again the Laramie County Cowbelles hosted the annual Agricultural Expo at the Archer Complex in Cheyenne. Fourth graders from all over Laramie County showed up to participate in activities...

 

New Police Chief sworn in for Pine Bluffs

Monday's town council meeting introduced attendees to Pine Bluffs new Chief of Police Chance Walkama. Walkama is originally from Upstate New York and has been in Pine since 2013. Walkama was...

 

Strong emotions brought out at Pine Bluffs High School with Rachel's Challenge visit

On April 20, 1999, Rachel Joy Scott became the first victim in the Columbine High School shooting. Rachel was known as a bright light, a shining example, and a genuinely nice person. People who knew...

 

Pine Bluffs Distillery introduces three new whiskeys at a grand debut

This weekend at the Pine Bluffs Distillery three new whiskeys made their debut. Chad and Theresa Brown were on hand along with the soulful sounds of Canadian duo Winnie Brave to introduce Pine to...

 

Honor Coin for a Veterans family

The idea of the challenge coin can possibly be dated back to ancient Rome. It is said that if a soldier performed well during battle he would be paid his daily wages plus one extra coin. Some...

 

Burns Broncs vs Moorcroft

The Burns Broncs played hard last Friday but were unable to squeeze past the Moorcroft Wolves With a final score of 32 to 38 the Wolves managed to push by the Broncs by the end of the game. Starting...

 

Hornets fall to Wright Panthers

Friday the 13th was certainly an unlucky day for the Pine Bluffs Hornets as the fell in their first conference game to the Wright Panthers. With a final score of 25 to 7 the Hornets are having a hard time finding their stride for the season just...

 

An interview with 'Kansas'

Cheyenne Civic Center will get a chance to host legends this Sunday night when they bring in eight time gold record winning Kansas. The band debuted their first album in 1974 and haven't looked back...

 

Emotions and anger displayed at Burns Town Council meeting over ambulance and volunteers use of POVs

In an emotional and sometimes heated debate the Burns Town Council once again dealt with the topic of using personal vehicles to arrive at emergency calls. In last month's council meeting Mayor Jim...

 

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